The Karaka restaurant is the place for starving, meat loving travelers, looking for some serious meat feast. There’s not much philosophy in it; it is strategically located very close to the gas pump, and if you’re headed to Vinkovci or Vukovar from Osijek, you won’t have any problems parking. The interior is neutral and discrete – this is not a rustic grill restaurant, but a modern place where you can grab a snappy business lunch, meet young couples on dinner dates, groups of male friends on meat eating sprees, and whole families on the weekends.
“We can satisfy all appetites at affordable prices” is the concept the owners Krešimir Kuna and Dalibor Borota use for all their restaurants and catering businesses.
In Karaka, with Alen Ilin as the chef, most guests order the grand Karaka plate with baked potatoes and vegetables. It’s 1400 grams of meet with side dishes for HRK 180. If this seems a bit over the top, try their lamb, or standard daily offer plus two menus de jour. You can choose from pizzas, pastas, and their pastry’s own selection of four, or five cakes baked every day.